Olive Pogacha

Pogacha is a type of Turkish bread roll best eaten at breakfast or as a snack anytime of the day accopmpanied by Turkish tea in a tulip shaped glass. It can be made with yeast or without yeast. I usually make the one that doesn't have yeast in it for Sunday breakfast. Left overs are good for a quick breakfast next day or snack through the day. Here is my recipe for Pogacha with olives. Ingredients 350 gr plain flour 50 gr wholemeal flour 50 gr butter, cold and cut into small cubes 100ml vegetable oil / olive oil 150 gr low fat yogurt Pich of salt 1 teaspoon baking powder 100 gr olives, roughly 1 cup pitted and chopped 2 eggs (save yolk of one of the eggs for the egg wash) Put the flours, pin

Chicken Caeser Salad

I quite like Chicken Caeser salad but did not know until today that it was invented in1924 by Caeser Cardini and the recipe was passed onto Julia Child by Caeser's daughter. Also did not know that it was created from ingredients that was left in the kitchen of the restaurant after the supplies depleted in a 4th July rush. Apperantly the original recipe did not have anchoives but had Worchester sauce intead that gives the anchoives flavour. I wanted to try the last recipe on this article from Guardian but I was too lazy to make my own mayonnaise so I went for using shop bought one. It is so quick, easy to make and so tasty and filling. Would definately include this in our packed lunch menus.

Melon prosciutto salad

This is such a quick and easy salad. Place slices of melon on a plate, drape over torn prosciutto. Add wild rocket leaves and pecorino cheese sliced using a vegetable peeler. Mix 3 tablespoons of olive oil with 1 table spoon of balsamic vinegar and drizzle over the salad and you are done.

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